Category: Fellowship Program
We’re so excited to welcome the 15 new and returning fellows that will be joining us in San Jose, California for ARIN 40 this October! We had the chance to get to know our fellows a bit better in preparation for ARIN 40, and thought our community would like to learn more about them too.
Susannah Gray, President & Chair of the San Francisco-Bay Area Internet Society Chapter, shares her experience as a first-time ARIN fellow, and encourages anyone with an interest in networks and number resources to apply and take advantage of this great opportunity to bring new faces, voices and perspectives to the community.
Since 2009 ARIN has welcomed 68 fellows to our Public Policy and Members Meetings in an effort to broaden educational outreach and enhance public policy discussions. Soon that number will jump to 83 as ARIN and the community greet 15 new and returning fellows to ARIN 39 in New Orleans, Louisiana!
ARIN 38 is right around the corner! Are you planning to join us in Dallas? If so, I encourage you to take a moment during the meeting to say hello to our newest fellows.
During my time as an ARIN Fellow, I learned that Internet number resource policies in the ARIN region are developed entirely by the community. Every word of the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) undergoes rigorous examination in a transparent, community-driven, bottom-up policy development process.
Just a few more weeks until we head to Montego Bay, Jamaica for ARIN 37! We hope you’re planning to join us and if you are, you’ll keep an eye out for our 15 fellows and say hello.
Only a few days are left until we head to Montreal for ARIN 36 Public Policy and Members Meeting. We’re getting excited and hope you are too! While you are at ARIN 36 make sure you take the time to introduce yourself to our nine fellows. Since the ARIN Fellowship Program began, more than 50 people have had the opportunity to participate
Only a few days are left until ARIN 35 takes to San Francisco. We’re getting excited and hope you are too! Coming to their first ARIN Public Policy and Members meeting are five fellows who are eager to learn more and dive into policy discussions at ARIN 35. Get to know the ARIN 35 fellowship recipients so you can be sure to say hi and strike up a conversation with these outstanding individuals.
In two weeks ARIN 33 will begin. Get to know the three fellows who you'll find actively involved at this meeting with this Q&A. Kevin Powell, Lecturer/Head of Department, General Studies and Communication at University College of Caribbean, from Jamaica; Brett Henrich, Sr. Technical Specialist at Infracore LLC, from California, USA; Jose Alvarado, IT Operations Manager at Allstream Corp., from Ontario, Canada. Be sure to find Kevin, Brett, and Jose to introduce yourself and give them a big welcome to their first ARIN meeting!
By Jud Lewis, Membership Coordinator, ARIN Facilitating the ARIN Fellowship Program is one of my favorite parts of my job. Awarding fellowships to individuals …
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